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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri is forced to make some changes to his squad, but warned the players they cannot get it wrong against Cesena.

AS Roma
Manager Luis Enrique admits Roma struggle to find a solution when opponents change their tactics, as they prepare to face Parma on Sunday.

Atalanta coach Stefano Colantuono has urged his team to remain calm in their vital match against Novara and to continue playing their own game.

Bologna coach Stefano Pioli said the 3-0 result against Inter Milan suggested that it was practically a perfect performance by his players.

Cagliari coach Davide Ballardini has full confidence in his young players and is convinced Udinese are not affected by their European exertion.


Manager Daniele Arrigoni has urged Cesena not to pay attention to the other teams, but to focus on their efforts in reaching the 40 points.

Chievo coach Domenico Di Carlo has warned Genoa that his players are not afraid to go to the Marassi and pile the pressure on the home team.

Manager Delio Rossi concedes Napoli were simply better than Fiorentina and that his side's weaknesses emerge if they do not play a certain way.

Genoa coach Pasquale Marino said despite missing some key players, his team must force Chievo to start their moves deep in their own half.

Inter Milan
It was reported that Luis Figo or Fabio Capello will take over if Inter sack Claudio Ranieri after their humiliation at the hands of Bologna.


Lazio coach Edy Reja is confident that his makeshift team will be able to compete against Palermo and redeem their European disappointment.

Coach Serse Cosmi warns his Lecce side that the game with Siena will be dominated by the psychological aspect and that they must start winning.

Edinson Cavani is convinced Napoli are on the right track and must continue to play the same way against Chelsea after beating Fiorentina.

Novara coach Emiliano Mondonico knows his team must make the most of their scoring chances against Atalanta if they are to bring home points.

Palermo coach Bortolo Mutti is still concerned about Abel Hernandez's fitness as the striker may not even make it to the bench against Lazio.

Boss Roberto Donadoni is sick of the refereeing controversies talk and is determined to keep Parma players focused only on footballing matters.

Giuseppe Sannino insists there is no more pressure on Siena than usual, as they go from beating Roma to Sunday's relegation scrap with Lecce.

Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin has called for his team to stand firm and push on until the end of the season, despite the missing players.

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